Category: Town & Country City

Park History

Look further into the park’s history. Original Source

Investigations Division

The Investigative Unit is the only non-uniform unit. It consists of 3 detectives one of which is the unit commander. The primary responsibilities of the unit is to conduct follow-up investigations, process crime scenes, handle juvenile offenses and conduct background investigations. Original Source

Administrative Division

The primary responsibility of the Administrative Division is to coordinate logistical support to the Operations Division. Original Source


Learn about the City’s Trail Master Plan, trail projects and local trail resources. Original Source

Annual Report

Town and Country Police Department Annual Report Original Source


The Operations Division consists of 3 units, which include the Patrol Unit, Operational Support Unit, and Investigations Unit. Original Source

Planning & Zoning Commission

The Planning and Zoning Commission is a statutorily created commission that hears planning and zoning matters that are to come before the city and makes recommendations to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen on such matters. Original Source

Transparency Portal

This page provides information that meets or exceed the requirements set forth in RSMo 67.287. Original Source

Peddlers, Solicitors and Canvassers

This page has information for those interested in peddling, soliciting and canvassing in Town & Country, and for residents wanting to be placed on the NO VISIT list. Original Source

Topping Road Improvements

Click here to learn about improvements to Topping Road that include road pavement resurfacing and a pedestrian walkway. Original Source

2019 Holiday Boutique Vendor Application

Vendors will be accepted until Friday, August 30th, for the 2019 Holiday Boutique at Longview Farm House on November 16. Please see application for more details. Original Source

City Parks

The City of Town and Country owns and maintains approximately 55 acres of parkland in 3 separate parks. Original Source

Public Works Commission

The Public Works Commission makes recommendations including construction acceptance or infrastructure improvements and infrastructure needs to the Board of Aldermen on matters such as streets, roads, sound walls, sidewalks, storm sewers, drains, street lights, plantings in the public right-of-way, and other public improvements. They also make recommendations regarding the application of building codes, plan review

Parks & Trails Commission

The Parks and Trails Commission serves as an advisory board to the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen on issues concerning the parks system as it relates to the quality of life for residents and property values within the city of Town and Country. Original Source

Police, Fire & EMS Commission

The Police, Fire & EMS Commission makes recommendations to the Board of Aldermen on laws for furtherance of police, fire and emergency service protection for citizens of the city. Original Source

Municipal Court

The Town and Country Municipal Court is a division of the 21st Judicial Circuit Court of the State of Missouri. Original Source

Useful Links

Links to other Police, Public Safety, and other resources you may find helpful Original Source

Board of Aldermen

The Mayor and Board of Aldermen are responsible for the care and management of the City. As elected officials, they are responsible for passing all ordinances, policies, and other such regulations for the good of the City. The Mayor is elected at large and serves a four year term. The Board of Aldermen consists of

City-County Merger

Visit this page to view information and documents relating to the proposed City-County merger from Better Together. Original Source

Boards & Commissions

The City of Town and Country has several advisory boards and commissions that are established in order to provide citizen and volunteer input to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen in the city’s decision-making process. Original Source


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Deer Management

To learn more about the Town & Country Deer Management Program and access related reports. Original Source

Commend or Complain on an Officer

There are several ways in which you can let the Department know about the actions of Officer whether it is a compliment or a complaint. Original Source

Conservation Commission

The City’s Conservation Commission makes policy recommendations to the Board of Aldermen on matters such as ecologically sound programs and practices, the promotion of beautification, environmental education projects, wildlife safety and harmony, and promotes awareness of the City’s history. The Commission is responsible for managing the Community Garden and making recommendations regarding the City’s Beautification